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The Governor's Cabinet on Nonprofit Health and Human Services was established in September of 2011 to analyze existing public-private partnerships with respect to the state's health and human services delivery systems and to make recommendations to enhance the effectiveness of those systems in regard to client outcomes, cost-effectiveness, accountability and sustainability.
Governor Malloy has charged the Cabinet with submitting a report to him no later than September 1, 2012 and in each subsequent year to include recommendations for budget, policy and statutory changes to improve the partnership between nonprofit providers of health and human services and the provision of health and human services under purchase of service contracts.
The Cabinet is co-chaired by the Governor's Nonprofit Liaison (to be appointed) and Peter DeBiasi, President/ CEO of The Access Community Action Agency.
To access the current membership list and meeting materials, please visit the Cabinet’s webpage.
The Governor’s Cabinet has three workgroups to study specific issues impacting nonprofits. The workgroup webpages listed below include current membership lists and meeting materials.
Commission on Nonprofit Health & Human Services (August 2010-April 2011)
In 2010, prior to the creation of the Governor’s Cabinet on Nonprofit Health and Human Services, the CT General Assembly had established the Commission on Nonprofit Health & Human Services. This was a legislative commission that was established following the Governor’s signature of Special Act 10-5.
The Commission brought together legislators, state agency commissioners and nonprofit executives to analyze the funding provided to nonprofit providers of health and human services under purchase of service contracts with the state. The Commission met from August 2010 through April 2011, at which time it presented its findings and recommendations in a final report to the General Assembly. The Commission sunset upon submission of the final report.
To view additional information from the Commission, including meeting minutes, findings and related documents, please visit the Commission’s webpage.